Clinical Botanical Medicine by ND, RH (AGG) Eric Yarnell, JD, RH (AHG) Kathy Abascal, MC

By ND, RH (AGG) Eric Yarnell, JD, RH (AHG) Kathy Abascal, MC Robert Rountree

On the middle of medical Botanical medication is a wealth of certain details on utilizing botanicals to avoid or deal with illnesses and stipulations in 17 key different types. as well as transparent, step by step information on prescribing and allotting, our authors supply specialist perception on optimistic and unfavorable interactions among botanicals, prescribed drugs and physique structures; strength synergies among botanicals and pharmaceuticals; and the scientific merits of the "polypharmacy approach," wherein a number of herbs are used to decreased required dosages and toxicity.

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